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10----MOfTMWtST ARKANSAS TIMIS, iFaytfltvlrte, Arkomw Wcdmtday, Miruory 6, 1952 Slows, Built On Mountain Side By Hand 33 Years Ago, In Constant Use; All-Weather Highway Br TED R. WYIJK .Thirty-three years ac,o mosti ·.'MJu 1» this part of the c o u n t r y ] :«JIdn't' know rimch nf anything j about state, or federal aid for raid construction. One ot these' residents was William Duncan, : I I who. livcd-rimcl still lives--alopi {[·Round Mountain, nnt far f r o m ; ..*·: Elkins. A''rand ol'sorle led up t h e ! - : j «t«itp incline to homes lie and his '·· f'VnjSljhbors had built for themselves,' I J. but constant nttenlion was nccd- ' V*(S.lo kccj) it passable for I h c . 1 .;' wagons anrt bUMics they used ar. I ?£···· "means of transportation. . i .2 '.When, In 11)17, Duncan h u u n h l j '-'·i-tie'first truck to be used in l h a t j I community, he found he could m i ! .f longer (ret along on the old r n a d j ' i- which washed out frequently a n d ) was well nlfih Impassable, at n l l j times. So he.decided lo. build n i ,, road for keeps up Ihc side of the .J -mountain to his home. His neifih- rf bore', understandably, were a llt- · It? skeptical, und he wont iit It. «·. on his own.. · · «t ' H" decided It should lit! of .stoncn H 'ojt such $!ze us "to accommodntc ._ ' gasoline-powered vehicles, 1 and be « '· put down to slay. That's what he '"··; had in mind when he placed, each · ' .'.iionc, first up the east side of tho ···' cleared rltrhl-of-wii.v, and then uo :'.' tjie, wcsl fide. The road is'.used j p rhbi'o today than even he over' ; dreamed 11 would be. for now il ';' .permits trucks lo take I6ed a n d j ' other supplies to a new. largo ,j poultry.raising'industry alob I h c j ; mountain, nnd to carl chickens by i the thousands down the mounlaln. ; the sand stones used came from' ·the nearby hillsides. Many of ' . them he drugged behind a horsq with a chain. Others 1 he pulled I Won* on a'slcrt. Each slonc was i placed by hand. Duncan started nt ''··'W*' bottom nnd worked up the · eftil tide, until he sol to the lop ··· of the mountain--then he started at the Bottom fisnln nnd placet) all the clones up Ihc west ultlc. "5 The length of the (railway is H little · over one-half m i l e -- t o - t h e hWorlBt driving over It today H . secins much further, and lo the rfujn who built II, Ihe distance must have seemed even longer 33 · I t IB.nil "all-wcnlhor". route, he M,vfi, and is passable cxeojit when liiis covered with Ice. Even in the . ifoldest weather however, the riches hold the henl longer than do» the ground nfound, nnd often when the sround Is Ice-coated, Iho .isloncs w i l l . be clear, pcrmlttlna trucks Bilrt cars (o travel up and down the sleep (trade. · Duncan In 11)11) purchased a Ford touring car, which he ran up and down the hill at will over his new road. About two yctirs ago Lynn M. Chcmell of Ihc Arkansny Broile'r Hatchery started a chlclt- cn-raising Industry ntop the mountain, and (odny the "highway" Is rough, but .Mill passable ;and used daily. H is a common t h i n g . f o r thousands of chicks to . be carted up and down Ihc hill- some of the rocks have been ' mashed down i n t o sliclit dcprcs- · slons by Ihc constant wcarinp; and the weight. "" When it became evident to all that the road to Iho m o u n t a i n top was'entirely usable, the neighbors joined- Duncan, and another strip ·north of his home'was built. As fcir as Duncan, who buill his Ferguson Would Break With The Communists Sever Diplomatic Relations, Senator Of Michigan Says Washiliston-M'J-Sonator Kcrgti- son (It-Mich) called today foi immediate severance of diplomatic relations with Russia and all her Kiilcllllc nations. "We should break of. relations until these Commjnlsl.. learn how to live properly in the free world's family of nations," Ferguson said. U'he Michigan lawmaker expressed his vieU's in commenting on reports--confirrred by the Slate Department yesterday--that the United States is reviewing the iiucjilion of whether to close all American embassies in Russian s a t e l l i t e countries. "We should close them all rishl, b u t . v/e should j(n f u r t h n and SLVcr ail displnmatic relations w i t h the satellite Iron Curtain ns- tlons'and Russia itself," Ferguson said. "We should demand cm- hassles and consulates all those countries m a i n t a i n in the United Stales be shut down immediately." Senators Sparkman ( D - A l a ) . Morse (R-Ore) and If. Alexander Smith ( R - N J ) said the idea of Committee Approves UMT Plan For Six Months Training, Service In Reserve Washington -.(A') - A universal m i l i t a r y Iraininn plrni. under which trainees would not have to go into Ihn regular armed services without special congressional action, was approved by the House Armed Services Committee yester- fliiy. Committee official}; said the group agreed in closed session on six months' t r a i n i n g for Ifl-year- olds followed by seven find nne- h a l t years in the reserve. The Pentagon had recommended t h a t trainees automatically serve 18 months in the regular services after their training. Instead, the committee adopted an a m e n d m e n t , by Chairman Vinson (D-Ga) to require congressional approval for regular service. The committee 'continued polnt-by-point study of UMT to dyy, A completed measure is to b presented to the House later th: month. A principal point yet unsettle is when UMT would start. Th committee, can write in a spccifJ date or leave it to the Pcntagoi The five-man commission tha drew up the UMT program 'fo Congress did not estimate who its proposed t r a i n i n g of some 800, 000 youths yearly could start. Another main point to- cidcd is how large the progran should be. The committee can accept the 800,000 figure or leave i to military authorities. Vinson sail he would propose a starling ceil ing of aroJnd 00,000. Legal Action Taken To Get Money From Storage Firms' Inmrtm, who built Ihc sloho up HounM Mountain, Is t!:invr i;t lh» lo; sltlliiR on ;i Irnclor, w i t h hin ndnilnini! C!OR Innkini; up nl him. Lower photo shows n sccMioii ot llio rond cnnstruclcrt of minrifitniirs iiiiri by hand. (TIMESKOTOS), lionic In Ihc (.·oninuiiiil.v 07 .VMII-SI work," but he's iiccn ming it cvci fi^o, t'CL'ttlls, t h e lienviCKt t r u c k | t'incc. load td co down [lie rond wns tri'fl: wil'l (l ln:i'i v'oi"h l ll^ iii li neighborhood ot 2n,flOO pound " i n x . · ' . . . . ( i . i . i , - mu. in., myself," li« rcmcnilicrs. The roi-k I'oixl is now used f( a mini ;.n;^ u nu!:c i o n i c , nko. 'J'hcro wtisn't ;iny slntc or fct cnil iiui, hu old il :nl liinir.elf, lie buill In Insl. II took him nbou .vein-, w i t h "I lino off for othl RELIEF AKTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMENTS, NEURITIS, PIZZY SPELLS, NfRVOU.SNFSS, BLOATING, RHIUMATISM, HEADACHES, WEAK KIDNEYS. tlio I*ck of Vitality. Actdi. Toxins, Rack. LumbnKO, Nlfhts, Bnd Broth, Complnxlon. oirlC Tcetli, Falling Eyrtlpht. New Health IF YOU SUFKEH from Ihciw cnn ·UlBU, (IT HOPE MINERAL TA1 LCTS, \n war bo untnundcd l Ibe nmlU--mml in weeks, but In ju · fur 4»7», }·* will bcrln In KC un teUenbte keneflU! HOPEMINEK AL wJfl cafich joHr blood, elvc yn ftf mmt CHITT *nd will help .YOU Md7 *rt»e out MlKnoiu waslri d cl«w it tat red cl«w of health wl check! ud jour eyes wl Be Young Again HOPE MINERAL IS NOT ARTI FICIAL-- It ffmei from Ihe e»rth-- MMn'i Lckentorjr. II contains n M Ak»hol and U not hahl I. It wiU ict d.wn to th _____ MMl will itart ywr lair or IBM mrfclwwmla. It will BRING BACK POWns JW lluifht 701 f«aK nliwnla In HOPE MINER. AL TABLBTS, kknd«d »y nat.rel Whn nm kan Uwblr wHh your LfTOMACH. *rtmt akcalns n If htn 'ban arthrltto, whrn }·· Ferl and Mk OU Bcrm V«f Tline,ll may Me U a ktek W any ONE of the* ----Amazing Rtsults IOT ONLY WIU. VOIJ FEEL UUUITS. knlT« »«l at* re. Walck r*mr cUmlaaUm · few j iftar Ukiav H.a» MlnenJ. mlc will icc«n« klack an "I hiivi tmn drutilit (or nuiiy jmr« antf nevrr hrfnro half I heard urli wonderful rnmmentv. UKfm report unbelievable, rraulu after uiinc lope Mineral Tahlcli. Tl.rj XI 'It U wcirlh III wrlnlil In Hold'." isrmleM way--does a real houM- leanlnir. Sclentlflo records nhow hM many men, women and EVEN ,ITTMi CIIII-DHEN miffcr from ack of minerals. When you are lervoui and lark energy, have dliiy pelli and headaches, when yni »n't mm to deep and life tvemi Mk»s--turn to HOPE MINERAL. We Guarantee of Mineral f abfctn at yo«r tni .tore IMlay. list It and If ,r« are Mt aitoundrd at Ike, KMlla, we DON'T WAIT--«-et » bottle - hleti at : d* nai kccMH d«taf l»clrw.rk! to feel the rrlkf kti thankful $%*.^ WWJ' ·ifli'larf'.;.-,.-. ···· ft ·.·'£ ' '"" ^'fc^vi-'-..- Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Tiplon of Lowell nnnminco Ihc h l r l h of twin cauKlitcrs Kcbruiiry 2, at Ru Memorial Mospllnl. The Iw has-c been named Linda and Hrcndn Kuy. Future operations nf the Northwest Arknmn.rCiiviik-ndc w i l l be discussed at an open meeting Sunday, February 10. nl tho Catholic recreation hall, sponsors of the mcctini;, the Honors Chamber of Commerce anrt the nosers liidlilR Club, have announced. The first cavalcade, orgnnfccd last f a l l , made n ' t r i p on liorscback to Ihe Stale Fair and slock show at Little fioclt. A tolnl of 1011 mounted men and women starting from St. Paul, Madison Counly, and rode Ihc entire distance on horseback. Iloth the Tulsa Slate Fair and Oklahoma Slate Fair have expressed interest In the,cavalcade, and Sunday's meeting will probably decide whether Ihc liroup w i l l consider riding to the Oklahoma fairs Ibis fall. The denominational rally nf t h e Hcnlon County Haplis.1 Association w i l l he held at Ihc First B tist Church nn Friday, Kchrunrj IS.JEdgnr Williamson, L i l t l c Rock Owes Life to Dog closing Aincric.'in embassies in tho satellite countries merits careful study. Bui they nil ndvised again t any luisly action. Ferguson said he hnd. concluded that "our embassies in Russia rnri these Red - dominated countries arc not f u n c U n n i n g as Rinbassics at all In the usual pensp." .Up said American personnel slalioncd in those nations "actually are the prisoners of Communism and can't soi'vo effectively in any I 'listening pnsl' e n n a c i t y . " ! Would Bitnish "Splrs" ! Ferfiuson aridnd: ! "fly c l o s i n g ' t h e embassies and consulates Russia and her s ? t c l - i I llles have in this country we I would not rid of a lot of spies ! the Communists have sent hrrc. j The pood that would result from I such a move would far outweigh j any disadvantage to us." A .Senate Subcommittee on In| Icrnal Security reported last nifihl l that an uncontrolled flood of Com- S munist propaganda is pourjng into this country, some of it through diplomatic channels, and f i n d i n g Us way into labor unions, universities and other institution*. S e n a t o r McCarran (U-Ncv), chairman nf the subcommittee, said congressional efforts to control this flood "are bo : nt? thwarted In bruc measure by refusal of the Slate Department lo require propagandists - in the embassies and legations to label t h e i r literature as required by the foreign agents registration act." This act dors not prohibil distribution of Red propaganda in the U.S., but il requires t h a t it be properly labeled as to its source;. Fourth Marriage On Rocks, Says Hedy Lamarr Hollywond - (/!') - 1-lcdy Lainnrr s;iys licr fourth mjimafa 1 , "on which I h;i(i plncccl such high hnpns," is a flnii. She plnn.s to seek Jin "irnmfrtialc" divorce from Ernrst Ted Slnuffor and "resume my life where I Icfi it cifiht months ago." Thp screen benuty married Slnuffor, former band lender who now runs n nighl club iiv Acapnl- co. Mexico, here last June. She said last nifihl: "Actually it really never was a marriage. I believe t h a t Ted were both f r i g h t f u l l y lonely and it seemed at the t i m e tlyit in one another we had found what we were looking for. I, at least, was mistaken." W a s h i n g t on-f/l')-A s u r v c showed today the government taken legal action to'collcct abo "·.4,875,000 from 15 storage fin- in connection with alleged shor agcrs of grains and other far oroduets stored under price S.U port programs. In addition, the government h: gon.c to court to recover .$177,()( from firms which, it says, failc to deliver grains of the grade 11 government bought from th,em fc an overseas supply program. Furthermore, legal action is b ing considered in connection 12 other cases of shortages. Th amounts involved have not bee dctcrminpd. Possible shortages in 20 olhi elevators and warehouses are bi ing investigated. Great differences of opinio "rcvail as to the exlcnt of fin losses. Some members of congrcr slonal committees invcstigatii Ihc shortages and the way th Agriculture Department has ha died its grain storage program predict the losses will run int many millions of dollars. Secretary of A g r i c u l t u r e Bran non says he expects Ihc total to b f a r less than five million dollar: probably less t h a n one million. Brannan estimates total losse ·vill be less than one-twentieth one per cent of the total volum '·f commodities handled by com nicrcial storage concerns. Three Claisei The survey shows that losse and sus|)ccted losses f a l l into thre general classes: conversion, shrink ages and f a i l u r e of purchasec grain to measure up to grader paid for. The conversion cases are th ones that have drawn the mos criticism. They m a i n l y involve usi of government grain by .storagi firms for speculative purposes The concerns sold the grain in th belief they could buy it back late at a lower price and thereby mak a profit. The 14 pending court case charge conversion of governmen grain to privale use. Four of thcs' cases, involving $2,028,400 ii wheat and grain sorghums, an against Texas concerns. Two, in volving beans, wheat, barley and grain sorghums valued at $775,000 are against Colorado 'irms Three cases involving $304,00( worth of wheat, corn and soy beans, arc against Ohio firms; twi involving $327,000 worth of corn are against Illinois firms; one in volving $13,000 worth of corn 1 aaginst a Nebraska concern; on claiming 565,000 for corn is again; a Georgia f i r m ; one involving $225,000 in barley is against a Cali fornia concern; and one involving 526,000 in wheat is against a Kan sas company. T h e Agriculture Dcparlmcn says that most of the 20 case: being investigated may involvi shortages arising out of norma shrinkage or deterioration o grain while in storage, rather thai conversion to private use. The department says its claim, against such losses will probabl.\ be settled without litigation. 1 ON Hit till*!! from Ihc hospital, H. W, Scliotnfeldt, 44, embrncci his doj "Lntly", responsible lor invlns his life In · Mlnncnpolli tenement house flr« by llcklnfi hli fnc« mid waking him In tlnn. At leatl 17 pomonit were killed In the Art, (Inlrrnntlonll Soundpnolo; will be (he leader, and- Ihc ftev. Rcl Gray, pastor of Ihc Rogers church, w i l l be host pastor. Theme of Ihe meeting, which will open at 10 a. m., w i l l be "Working To- gelher for Christ." ' · I says that in most cases of short . -I.! * SK nf t l l i s nn'uro. bonds given by the concerns to protect the government will more than cover losses. The 20 cases being investigate arc located as follows: Colorado Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas North Carolina, and Oklahoma one each; Texas, 12; Missouri, Nebraska and New Mexico, two each and Ohio four. An outstanding flavor--.lunge's Roman Meal-Bread. ll-19-tf You Can't Beat a Medicine That's GOOD I HERE'S HOW YOU CAN REUEVE A REAL CAUSE of DUE TO Deficiencies of Vitamins , Ba, Kiacin and Iron If yon'rn Ixtthorcd by n stotnnch d l s M i r b n n c c (fins, indigestion, heartburn nnd can'L ever cnt good fond without .suffering afterward) due lo ricflelrneics of Vitamins B«, Bi, Nlflcln nnd Iron in your system - don't be satisfied lo merely re- · -- n u l l b uv ftiiii.-iuvu n nn.itijr n llcve your symptoms. Nol when It's possible, (or HADACOL to relieve Ihc denclencles which may be Ilic tut; uciiuii'iii:irn niitjr tn. I I K - rrn/ nnd untlcrliiiiia CAUSE of your stomach dlslress. Let HADACOL brlnR nlHint. nt\ amn/lng improvc- mnnt In your condition. Mnrf so -Imixirlniitl Continued use of HADACOL not only gives coiiflnuotii, complete, relict but h e l p s p r e v e n t inch deficiency- caused Atomncli d l s u i r h m i c . e s k f r o m c. o m I n ft I buck. Thl.i Is Ihc ABSOLUTE Tituni that no one can deny. This Is what you miut o'o If you wont reitl relief and frcrdom from the mis- fries of such disturbances. You cnn'l. Iwnt n product, thut's coonl Buy ii boltle of HADACOL today und Inkc U. fnlthfully. HADACOL Springdale Mrs. H. L. Hayncs of Allen Street is a patient at the County Hospital, .where she is under observation for medical treatment. Mrs. Hayncs is-Mrs. Stanley Jordan's mother. The Women's Missionary Society of the Nazarene Church met Tuesday afternoon at the church. At the beginning of the -meeting a short business session was held. Jack Locklin, who has been a patient at the Holt' Convalescent Home for some lime following a stroke, was taken to the County Hospital over the weekend in a CalUson-Sisco ambulance. The Women's Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon for the regular monthly business meeting. Mrs. -D. O. Smith, the vicr president, was in charge of the meeting in the absence of Mrs. Lewis Epley, the president Mrs. William C. Haden brought the devotional at the beginning of the meeting. Reports were given by the various officers. Pclc Gardner, chairman of the special Membership Committee of .he Springdale Junior Chamber of Commerce, has named Lee Womick, Wayne High. Sandy Boone ind Joe Carol Backus as his iclpcrs. The membership drive will nnd at ihc next meeting, Monday night. Frank Sharp of Maple Drive is patient at the County Hospital, where he is receiving treatment For pneumonia. The Rev.'A. L. Leak, Washing- .on-Madison County Association?) missionary, conducted Sunday norning services nt .the Sonora Church and evening services at I he Hindsville Baptist Church. There was special music at both services. The local Order of Rainbow for jirls -held formal installation oC fficurs Monday night at 7:30 at he Masonic Hall. Miss Gaye Waren was installed as worthy ad- isor. The installing officer was Rita Mac Graham, past worthy advisor, and grand page grand assembly. The installing chaplain was Margaret Becker, past worthy advisor and grand representative, grand assembly. Patricia Parsons, past worthy advisor, was marshal, and recorder was Luvcrn Backus, also a past worthy advisor. Miss Bobby Sue Bryant, majority member, served as musician. The Altar Society of S:-iint Raphael's Catholic Mission met Monday night at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Paul Burgess on North . Mill Street. Plans were made f o r a b'cncfti card party to be sivcn | Thursday night, February 14, a t j ihc home of fflr. and Mrs. Garvin E. Martini on Holcomb Avenue. Mrs. Bruce Vaughn, Jr., gave a treasurer's report. Mrs. James McGctrJek, Sr., and Miss Florence McGetrick became members of ;he society. Refreshments were serve;! to 14 racmbers and the two new members by the hostess. Th'e next meeting will be held at the cenacle on Huntsvlllc Street Miss % GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Brat. Lacker Plant PLAN TO BUILD $*· Our Material. Get Our Pricci. Try Our Sirrkt. DYKE LUMBER CO. 30* Si. Charlei Genevicve Sanders as hostess. Advertise In the TIMES.-It I IITI . 5 doctors prove this plan breaks the laxative habit If you take Illative! refulirly--here'i howyoa can stop! Iferautt 5 New York doctor! tinw hnra provrd you miy break the UullTfl habit. And wiUblish your natural power* of rrauUrity Kighty-thrce percent of the cues trailed did it So can you. .Stop takinc whatever you now take. Instead: Every night for one wccfc take 2 CarU-r'i Littls Liver Fills. Second week--one' each ni s ht. Ihurl week--tine every other n,j;hl. Then-- nntninj! Every day: drink cifihtRlanen of *ator; net a definite time for regularity. Five Now York doctors proved this plan can Wok the laxative habit. How can a laxative break the luativ* nabtt? Uectuso Carter's JJttl* Liver Pills "unhlork" th* lower dinGstive tract and from then on let it m*kr USR of its own natural powen Further--Carter's Little Liver Tills contain Do habit-forming drufn. Break the laxative habit. . . with Carter'* Little Uvnr Pills ... and b« regular naturally. When worry, overeating, overwork make you irregular temporarily--uke Carter's Littln Liver Pills temporarily. And never Ret the laiativr habit. Get Cartrr'n Little Liver Pills. .ITt 1 at any drugstore today. You'll be grateful the rest of your life. WHO F5XES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Yearn SMITH RADIO SHOP less Than the Cost of Gas for Driving/ K A N S A S CITY · S H R E V E P O R T N E W O R L E A N S NOKTH £r/, Iv. Sitaam Spnngi 5:X2 AM Ar. Kamai Cily . 10:15 AM SOUTH Lv. SHoom Spring? 8:23 PM Ar. Shrcveport 2:00 AM Ar. New Orleans 1Q;15 AM Train 9-ro 2:32 PM 7-.A5 PM 2:50 PM 10:45 PM 7:« AM 1.50 AM 7:43 AM 3:35 AM 12:20 PM Fcr Fans, Routes and Pullman Ralvrvatiant Call E: G. 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